all(iterable) - returns True if all the elements of iterable return True
any(iterable) - returns True if any of the elements in iterable return True
examples/advanced/all_any.py
from __future__ import print_function

a = [True, True]
b = [True, False]
c = [False, False]

print(all(a))   # True
print(all(b))   # False
print(all(c))   # False
print()
print(any(a))   # True
print(any(b))   # True
print(any(c))   # False